Mourning the Loss of the Miss Albany Diner… From The New York Times to Zippy the Pinhead

Of course, the local Nippertown media covered last Friday’s closing of the Miss Albany Diner like whiskey sauce on Mad Irish Toast.

From Chuck Miller
From Arts Talk: Steve Barnes writes about Mike Camoin’s still-in-the-works indie film, “Grazing Miss Albany’

But the shuttering of the landmark downtown destination also drew some big-time attention from out-of-town media, as well, including The New York Times:

John Eligon’s story from The New York Times, 2/9/12

And yes, even Zippy waxed nostalgic, too.

One Response to “Mourning the Loss of the Miss Albany Diner… From The New York Times to Zippy the Pinhead”

  1. Scott C. says:

    Oh man, do I miss that place already. I don’t live in Albany, but I always tried to get breakfast at the Miss Albany Diner whenever I was in town or passing through. Once, I hadn’t been there in well over a year and one of the servers, Gina, greeted me by name the moment I walked through the door. It was that kind of place.
    Many thanks to Gina, Bill, Jane, Cliff (RIP), Mark and all the rest for the great food and the good company.

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